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Today's Sports

  • Tungate claims NASRA 3K at...

    Tim Tungate of Campbellsville claimed his biggest win of the 2011 race season by picking up the $3,000-to-win National All Star Racing Association event on Friday at Clinton County Speedway in Alpha.
    Other local racers that competed in the A-Main event include Jeff Watson (finished sixth), Johnny Wheeler (eighth) and Justin Rattliff (24th).

  • Little League 11-12s go 2-2 in...

     

    Campbellsville’s 11-12-year-old squad was won two and lost two at the Little League District 5 Tournament at Marion County.
    Campbellsville, coached by Adam Bottoms, scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to down South Hardin 13-12 on Saturday.
    On Sunday, the local contingent fell to Washington County, who drew a first-round bye, 6-5 in nine innings.
    Campbellsville bounced back to upend Marion County 7-3 on Monday before being eliminated by Russell County 6-2 on Tuesday night.

  • Campbellsville 10s earn state...

     

    After losing a hard-fought 8-7 decision in its opening game on Saturday, Campbellsville won three straight games in the Little League District 5 9-10-year-old Tournament in Lebanon.

  • Local trio post weekend stock...

     

  • Kehoe's strong State Am run...

    Taylor County High School freshman-to-be Ellen Kehoe finished in the final four at the Women’s State Amateur last week at Miller Memorial Golf Course in Murray.
    Kehoe downed Meredith Cross, seeded 16th, 5 & 4 for her first win in match play and then defeated the defending champion, former Central Hardin stand-out and current Middle Tennessee State University golfer Karissa Akin, on the third play-off hole on Wednesday to reach the elite eight.

  • Yankees come way back for Minor...

    The Yankees lost their first-round game, but  came all the way back in the losers’ bracket and defeated the Tigers twice on Saturday for the Minor League baseball tournament crown.

    This is coach Curt Gaskins’ fourth Minor League Tournament title to go with three regular-season championships.

  • Phillies capture Pee Wee League...

     

    The Phillies defeated the Indians two games out of three (13-12, 17-18, 13-12 in nine innings) to capture the overall Pee Wee League baseball championship at Miller Park this summer.

    The team consists of Carson Floyd,  Ryan Underwood, Luke Cole, Katie Floyd, Morgan Melton, Blase Wheatley, Connor Wise, Tristen Faulkner, Blake Settle and Cameron Cox with the coaches being Barry Wheatley, Dean Faulkner, Greg Floyd, Angie Wise and Brad Wise.

  • Astros top White Sox for Major...

     

    The Astros won both playoff games (12-2, 10-5) to defeat the White Sox for the Major League Baseball championship last Monday and Tuesday at Miller Park.

    The team consists of: Brennan Wheatley, D.J. Goodin, Colton Hughes, Wesley Burton, Mason Wright, Jacob Thompson, Blake Richard, Zach Bottoms, Kris Sexton, Caden Wheatley and Lane Bottoms. The head coach is Adam Bottoms and the assistants are Todd Richard and Wayne Goodin.

  • Bertram's Omaha stay longer...

    Just the word Omaha makes Barry Bertram feel 18 years old again.
    It was the summer of 1953 after recent Campbellsville High School graduates Bertram, Murrell Young, Allen Young and 1952 CHS grad Merlin Graham went on a summer graduation trip across the midlands down to Texas up to Iowa and through Omaha on their way to St. Louis and back home.
    Graham, the younger brother of Charles E. “Chick” Graham, had the toughest course to get out of town since he was helping run the family grocery since “Chick” was in the military.

  • Minor League crown worn by Royals

     

    The Royals swept the Yankees 16-6 and 15-9 to claim the Minor League regular-season championship on Friday.

    The team consists of: Micah Lauer, Charlie Pettigrew, Matthew Oliver, Weston Young, Jeffrey Nolley, Seth Cowherd, Tyler Anderson and Myles Murrell. Back: Richard Murrell, Brad Lauer, Elijah Epperson, Marcus Anderson, head coach Troy Young, Murphy Lamb and Brian Oliver.